Autumn in Canada
Monday, October 14, 2019
We discovered that it was going to rain all day today, our last day in Montreal. So we spent time yesterday getting food so we can stay in the hotel all day while packing for our trip home tomorrow.
When we woke up this morning Bill had a head cold, Janet was hurting all over and both had headaches. So glad we are staying in today.
After breakfast, we counted our Canadian dollars and cents. We decided to try and use the 3,00 ($3.00) at Starbucks for hot chocolate. The goal is to use up all the coins.
We spent the day sleeping, eating, and reading-just plain relaxing. We did have marathon HGTV with a program called “You live in what?” It ran all day until 9:00pm. Actually, it was fun to watch while we were awake.
We watched the sunset out the north-facing window, then the twinkling lights of the city. It was just beautiful!
We spent the evening packing and getting the paperwork ready for our flight. We really liked this room, just like our Boston hotel room. However, this room has a magnificent view.
We have a tradition of buying ornaments for our Christmas tree where ever we travel. Since it is hard to find ornaments in the summertime, we often buy key chains and remove the ring. When we get home, we tie on a ribbon and write the year on the back. Decorating the tree is always a waltz down memory lane for us.
Here are the key chains/ornaments we bought on this trip: